Resource giant BHP Billiton is the latest company to stipulate a minimum 5-Star NCAP safety rating across its vehicle fleet. Applying to its global operations, the new policy covers both passenger and light commercial vehicles (LCVs). The move surpasses the Australian Federal Government’s fleet-purchase rules, which last year mandated a 5-Star rating for its passenger fleet vehicles, but is only increasing its LCV policy to 4-Stars from July.
Latin America’s vehicle safety adjudicator, Latin NCAP, has awarded its first five-star safety rating to a car, while also giving zero stars to vehicles from four major automotive brands. The new Seat Leon, a Volkswagen Golf-based s... Read Post
Nissan North America on Monday announced it will build and sell three new vehicles in North America in the Light Commercial vehicle (LCV) segment. The first new LCV will be designed specifically for North America, and will l... Read Post